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'Twas the day before break...

My goal for my Geometry classes today was to be as mathematically productive as possible, given that it was the last day of classes before break. 593 more words


Martin O'Neill

Title: Freelance Publisher

Location: Geneva, Switzerland

Martin O’Neill entered the publishing industry more than 40 years ago due to his interest in the field. He has worked in variety of high-level capacities before venturing out on his own and becoming a freelance publisher. 220 more words

Problem Solving

It's not your customer's job to solve their own problem. It's yours.

…and your problem isn’t their problem, either.

At this time of year, as companies revisit their strategies with an eye to a reboot in the New Year, they frequently reach out to customers and stakeholders, trying to get them to identify with a problem the supplier has. 106 more words



He bounced on the board, testing its resilience. I moved closer, since any time that the children begin building with the boards there is the need for a more experienced voice to head off any disasters that may lead to injury. 392 more words


Synchronicity: Engaged Communities

Not much is new: networks have been around a long time. For decades, technology has been easing communication, making it ever simpler for individuals to connect around shared ideas, problems and intent. 376 more words



It’s been a busy few months for the Urban Farmer and Co-habitator. They’ve been hit by pests: first a slug invasion in the storage room, then mildewed Thermarests in the bedroom, then rats.  2,339 more words

Kathy McMullen

Carbon saddle rail UPDATE 18TH DEC 2014

Quick clamp update with install video HERE

I ordered the PAVE clamp only to find out myself if it will work, OK its only been tested for 0.5 of a mile but its solid so far, I’m hoping for good news on a longer ride 2morro. 41 more words